Sheet Music – £ – 3 Sonatas for Cello and Piano by Giovanni Cirri. Cello II part ad libitum. 1 in C major – cello & basso continuo. Cirri, Giovanni Battista. Editor: Birtel, Wolfgang. Sonata No. 1 in C major – cello & basso continuo. More by this composer. Boccherini & Cirri: Cello Sonatas. By Catherine Jones. • 18 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. Sonata No. 1 in A Major, G. I. Allegro moderato – Luigi Boccherini.
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Boccherini & Cirri: Cello Sonatas
Giovanni Battista Cirri and Luigi Boccherini were both born in Italy; were both virtuoso cellists; worked extensively abroad Cirri in England, Boccherini in Spain ; and had a collection of six cello sonatas printed in London around Jones has previously recorded three Boccherini sonatas from the same collection while a student; the Cirri sonatas — Nos 3, 4 and 5 — are premiere recordings. Jones, supported throughout by Nuti, McGillivray and Carter, also luxuriates in the rich sonorities of the drawn-out single and multiple-stopped tones.
The cellist, whose recording is Limelight’s Sonta Recording of the Year, explains why he returned to the concertos after 27 years.
Italian cellist plays, dances somata sings while taking us and his instrument on a whistle-stop tour. In a game of two halves, spanning two centuries and using eight instruments, it was the Crumb that won.
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